Owned 28 yrs. Running a 1965 273 4bblsb mopar and automatic trans out of a 1965 Plymouth Belvedere plus seats and console power disc brakes. '88 Dodge Dakota rear axle cut coils and 2" lowering blocks. Nosed and decked with sunken radio antennas and 4ft cruiser skirts. Painted the original sea foam green with pearl white flames, done by myself, and laced roof and tuck'n'roll interior, done by a long time friend. Soon to be striped by a friend along with the words Green Onions by Booker T and The MGs on the dog legs and decklid. Then I plan on traveling to shows with it and enjoy my retirement, I built it to be a driver and no trailer queen.More
I aquired my all original 22,000-mile 2-owner Plymouth from a New England dealer who found it in an estate sale and displayed it for sale in dealer showroom for several years. The car was always garaged. It is identical to my first car and is a joy to drive to local car shows, to grocery store runs, and to the dog park. New tires, new radiator, fuel system clean-up and some DIY tuning is all that was needed to put my "toy" reliably back on the road again. Pure fun in its original turquoise paint and upholstry!More
This is a ride I found while restoring my other '62 300. I have recently dropped in a '68 440, which was built for me by Dan Dvorak. Engine bored 30-over, all Crane cam and valve gear, Dan added 4-bolt mains - side bolted, trans rebuilt with shift kit, single 4bbl Edelbrock carb and Torker intake, added 15" Magnum wheels. More mods upcoming.....More
1947 Plymouth coupe, fitted with a 400 big block Chrysler engine from a 1978 New Yorker and auto trans with a 9 inch Ford rear end. Will be retaining the original bumpers, trim and some interior accessories for a period look. Named 'Calamity Coupe 47' she will remain in the family for future generations.More
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